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Bloomberg
Feb 16, 2017 7:00pm EST
.s. secretary of state says north korea's violations of human revolution -- resolutions will bring an even stronger international response. rex tillerson made a statement in germany along with foreign ministers of japan and south korea. they condemned in the strongest terms north korea's ballistic missile tests last sunday. brokerages are lining up for japan's second share offering in a little over a year. several big names including j.p. morgan stanley are said to have applied. those forward global coordinators -- the country's biggest privatization deal in almost 30 years. mitsubishi has rolled out a rescue of toshiba's struggling nuclear reactor business. said the technology used by mitsubishi is completely different and any change would violate its relationships with other countries. they have asked to continue temporary conversation -- compensation cuts in 2017 as an emergency measure. toshiba shares are down for a fourth straight day. global news 24 hours a day, powered by more than 2600 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. i'm courtney collins, this is bloomberg. see
CNN
Feb 16, 2017 4:00pm PST
's a possibility he would add another country, and i'll tell you why that might make sense. >> like north korea? >> maybe like north korea, because then he wouldn't be discriminating against muslims, would he? remember, the court -- what the lawyers are going to do is they're going to tailor this so at last no religious discrimination, okay? and remember, there were provisions that gave special exceptions to minority christian groups in certain muslim countries. so they'll probably add a provision, giving the same protection to muslim religious -- small religious orders within these countries. then you couldn't say, discriminated against muslims. so there are ways that you can rewrite this to make it better. but the big thing is, people who have visas, such as green card holders -- >> they get to come in? >> they're going to get to come in askand they're going to be protected. >> what i find interesting is you're talking about a rework who won't make anybody on the left that's upset about it happy, but it could absolutely be upheld. today at his press conference he was angry at the ninth circui
FOX Business
Feb 16, 2017 7:00pm EST
to the swimmers. president trump not discussing his response to recent provocations by north korea and iran. >> i don't talk about military response. i don't have to tell you what i'm going to do in north korea. and i don't have to tell you what i'm going to do with iran. you know why? because they shouldn't know. tom: we'll take that up with a former cia analyst. hey, searching for a great used car? yeah! you got it. just say show me millions of used cars for sale at the all new carfax.com. i don't want one that's had a big wreck just say, show me cars with no accidents reported pretty cool i like it that's the power of carfax® find the cars you want, avoid the ones you don't plus you get a free carfax® report with every listing start your used car search at carfax.com your insurance on time. tap one little bumper, and up go your rates. what good is having insurance if you get punished for using it? news flash: nobody's perfect. for drivers with accident forgiveness, liberty mutual won't raise your rates due to your first accident. and if you do have an accident, our claims centers are availab
FOX News
Feb 16, 2017 4:00pm PST
-- >> president trump: not good. i don't have to tell you what i'm going to do with north kore north korea. and i don't have to tell you what i'm going to do with iran. you know why? because they shouldn't know. >> thanks very much, mr. president. >> president trump: where are you from? >> bbc. >> president trump: there is another beauty. >> a good wine. impartial, free, and fair. >> president trump: sure. just like cnn, right? just so you understand, we have a totally divided country for eight years and long before that. and i am going to try, i will do everything within my power to fix that. i want to thank every buddy very much. >> martha: thank you very much. that was president donald trump commented on mike markey day 21 of his presidency. he said, you know what guys, we are going to have a news conference, and that is what we saw. today, joining me now, chris stirewalt, charles hurt, and fox news contributor, and julie roginsky, a fox news contributor. welcome all. good to have you here tonight. so, i'm sure you had your popcorn out this afternoon and enjoyed all 78 minutes or so of that. w
FOX
Feb 16, 2017 4:00pm PST
that he was pistonned. >> south korean officials say north korea had long put out an assassination order targeting the estranged half brother. >> reporter: malaysian authorities making two more arrests today. they're investigating the murder of north korean leader kim jong-un's half brother which the south korean government says was an assassination. police say he was definitely killed with some sort of poison, and they're scouring surveillance footage to piece together the rest of the story. >> the security is at the highest level. >> reporter: he had lived overseas for a number of years, estranged from his half brother who he occasional criticized. he had been living under chinese protection in macao. the chinese government is signaling they won't get involved in the investigation. >> as far as we know, the incident has occurred in malaysia, and local authorities are working on its investigation. >> reporter: meanwhile in north korea kim jong-un has made a series of public appearances at high-profile events following reports of the country's latest missile tests. >> the assassination i
NBC
Feb 16, 2017 7:00pm EST
since his one time rival's death. we have details. >> reporter: north korea's dictator grim faced today at a ceremony to mark his late father's birthday as confirmation came that his father's son, the ruler's half brother was the victim of monday's brazen, daylight assassination. speculation raising that kim jong-un ordered the attack of kim jong-nam. he was distracted by a woman while another the check in counter. police confirming this woman is a suspect wearing a shirt printed with lol for laugh out loud. two women now under arrest and a boyfriend, police say. some reports claim they thought it was a prank, an act of terrorism one senior south korean lawmaker calls it accusing kim jong-un of killing over a family feud. >> several years ago he killed his own uncle. >> now believe he's killed his half brother? >> yes, i'm sure. >> reporter: kim jong-nam feared that orders to kill him would be sent from across the river in north korea. he's pleaded for his brother to spare his life. north korean officials tried to persuade malaysian police not to carry out an autopsy. his body may be se
CSPAN
Feb 16, 2017 6:05pm EST
, low wages, mass instability oversea, no matter where you look, the middle east a disaster. north korea, we'll take care of it, folks. we're going to take care of it all. i just want to let you know. i inherited a mess. beginning on day one, our administration went to work to tackle these challenges. on foreign affairs, we have already begun enormously productive talks with many foreign leaders, much of it you've covered, to move forward toward stability, security, and peace in the most troubled regions of the world, which there are many. we have had great conversations with the united kingdom and meetings. israel, mexico, japan, china, and canada. really, really productive conversations. i would say far more productive than you would understand. we've even developed a new council with canada to promote women's business leaders and entrepreneurs. very important to me, very important to my daughter ivanka. i have directed our defense community headed by our great general, now secretary, mattis, he is over there now working very hard, to submit a plan for the defeat of isis. a group that
CNN
Feb 16, 2017 3:00pm PST
, in the middle east, or with north korea, major crisis, they take some kind of very provocative action against the united states, what is the process in the white house to deal with that? my understanding is the national security counsel has yet to -- council is yet to meet. we don't have a national security adviser. who is going to take responsibility for that crisis, provide the president with thoughtful consideration from the secretary of state, from the secretary of defense, the recommendations that are important to present to the president so that the president can make a decision about how to handle that crisis. that's what concerns me, is that if we had a crisis at the present time, i don't see the mechanisms within the white house to deal with that kind of crisis and that concerns me. >> president trump as you know made the trip to the cia that you used to head on his first full day in office in an attempt to smooth things over with the intelligence community, but since then, he's renewed his attacks on intelligence agencies accusing them of con spiring them to leak classified informat
FOX Business
Feb 16, 2017 6:00pm EST
. the renaissance has begun. i.in north korea the court has approved an arrest order for the ad of samsung. it led to the president of the country impeachment. fox business is going to reair that trump press conference tonight. so butter up the popcorn. bp gives its offshore teams 24/7 support from onshore experts, so we have extra sets of eyes on our wells every day. because safety is never being satisfied. and always working to be better. because safety is never being satisfied. your insurance on time. tap one little bumper, and up go your rates. what good is having insurance if you get punished for using it? news flash: nobody's perfect. for drivers with accident forgiveness, liberty mutual won't raise your rates due to your first accident. and if you do have an accident, our claims centers are available to assist you 24/7. call for a free quote today. liberty stands with you™ liberty mutual insurance >> we have made incredible progress. i don't think there has ever been a president-elected who in this short period of time has done what we have done. the stock market has hit record numbers, a
PBS
Feb 16, 2017 3:00pm PST
poisoned him, but results of an autopsy have not been released. north korea's kim jong un is widely suspected of ordering the murder. >> woodruff: back in this country, production workers at boeing's plant in south carolina have rejected an effort to unionize, for a second time. the aircraft maker had campaigned for weeks against efforts to organize its plant in north charleston. president trump plans to visit the facility tomorrow. >> sreenivasan: stocks were mixed on wall street today. the dow jones industrial average gained nearly eight points to close at 20,619. the nasdaq fell four points, and the s&p 500 slipped two. >> woodruff: and, a game changer from the people who make "monopoly": the thimble is out. hasbro says players voted out the piece that's been part of the classic board game since 1935. now, they're voting on a replacement. the candidates include monster trucks and flip-flops. >> sreenivasan: still to come on the newshour, what's causing more white men to die in middle age. sanctuary cities take a stand against the president's immigration policies. and an english p
LINKTV
Feb 16, 2017 3:00pm PST
jong-il. he became estranged from north korea's ruling dynasty in 2001 after he was caught using a forged passport to enter japan, where he told officials he hoped he became estranged from north south korean officials believe the north korean regime long sought to assassinate kim. in texas, agents with immigration and customs enforcement, or ice, entered the el paso county courthouse last week in ordeder to arrest an undocumented woman who had gone to court seeking a protective order against her alleged domestic abuser. county attorney jo anne bernal said wednesday she fears the move sets a precedent that will see undocumented survivors of domesticic assault stay with thr abusers, rather than risk deportation and separation from their families. meanwhile, in denver, colorado an undocumented mother of four , sought refuge in a church after ice officials denied her wednesday request to remain in the country. jeanette vizguerra skipped a scheduled check-in with ice officials and instead brought her family to the first unitarian society church where , she addressed supporters. >> is
PBS
Feb 16, 2017 2:30pm PST
detained three people in connection with the death of kim jong nam. north korea has been celebrating what would have been the 75th birthday of kim jong-il, late leader and father of the current head of the country and the deceased. a court in south korea has approved the arrest of the heir to conglomerate samsung. spokesman said new evidence came to light since the ruling last night which rejected a request for his detention. more than 70 people have been killed and hundreds injured in a suicide bomb attack at one of pakistan's most famous shrines. the islamic state group says they carried out the bombing. the shrine was filled with worshipers when the bomber struck. from islamabad, our correspondent reports. reporter: a time of worship, and carnage in one of pakistan's most popular religious sites. a suicide bomber blows himself up, sending worshipers leaving -- fleeing in panic. survivors chant prayers as they crowd around the dead. the injured are taken to hospital. >> the bomb went off where people worshiping. those who were nearby died. those of us further away managed to survive. re
LINKTV
Feb 16, 2017 2:30pm PST
to mexico and other places. the middle east, a disaster. north korea. but we'll take care of it, folks. we will take care of it all. i just want you to know we inherited a mess. delano: our correspondent was at the white house following that press conference. quite a bitere was of ambiguity coming from the president on that issue. he basically refused to give a clear-cut yes or no answer to the question of whether or not he was aware of any members of his staff during the campaign having contacts with russian officials. donald trump simply pivoting around that by saying that he personally certainly didn't have any assets in russia, no deals. he had had a couple phone calls with vladimir putin, one of them a lengthy and productive phone call, but again pivoting around that question, which basically stems from reports coming out of a major newspaper outlet here in the states reporting that intelligence officials have basically at this point a certainty on certain members of the trump team having had contact, as a matter of fact, with a russian. donald trump sort of dancing around that issue,
Bloomberg
Feb 16, 2017 5:00pm EST
linked to the death of the half-brother of north korea's leader. they arrested a native said to be the boyfriend of the second suspect. police say he provided information leading to the rest of a female has four older. global news 24 hours a day powered by more than 2600 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. i am alisa parenti. it is just after 5:30 p.m. in your, 6:30 a.m. thursday in hong kong, i have a look the markets from stephen engle. stocks facing down arrows early on after wall street's mixed session. looking at the main index for new zealand, down by 2/10 of a percent. and sydney futures are down, fairly flat, trading lower after yesterday. this was after a seesaw day that saw those health shares fell the most in six years. futures down in the early going. the big story is a developing one, a south korean court approving the special requests for the everest warrant of samsung's lee, who has been taken to prison and is awaiting formal charges and a trial that could be as long as 18 months away. executors say he was involved in bribery, and embezzlement,
CNN
Feb 16, 2017 2:00pm PST
of connecticut, or north korea sending missiles assassinating political opponents. so, while we're all in this back and forth here at home, the world moves on and the world is getting more dangerous. >> i know you make exleapt points, mr. chairman. why doesn't the president speak about this publicly? he has time on his twitter feed and the statements to condemn all sorts of things, especially the news media. you don't hear him say anything really negative about russia and these provocative moves in recent days are very disturbing. >> well, he'll talk about the subjects he chooses to talk about. what matters more for russia is what we do. and, so, i think in the coming days the white house has promised to send congress, for example, an extra defense spending bill which will go a long way to show that we're willing to stand up for ourselves and rebuild our military, partly to counter what the russians and others have been doing. >> well, when they have a spy ship 30 miles off the coast of connecticut, when they buzz a u.s. ship, very, very dangerous maneuver. when they launch a missile i
CNN
Feb 16, 2017 1:00pm PST
works from north korea, the kind that happen with a missile launch as the nation celebrates the birthday of its departed dear leader. >>> good afternoon, everyone. welcome to "the lead." let's take a listen right now. we're getting some footage in from president trump signing a bill. jim accosta, what are we looking at here? >> reporter: yeah, jake, you're seeing the president there in the oval office meeting with some coal miners, mitch mcconnell, joe manchin, democrat from west virginia, rand paul, senator from kentucky and others. and this is essentially an event where the president is announcing that they are rolling back some obama era regulations that were aimed at going after coal mine pollution. and the president, from what i understand, talked about that news conference -- >> let's listen in, jim. >> thank you. all of the wonderful politicians, especially the miners. [ applause ] >> this is our second bill signing this week and we continue to work for the american people. this is hj resolution 38 and that will eliminate another terrible job-kill rule saving many thousands of ame
FOX News
Feb 16, 2017 1:00pm PST
what i'm going to do in north korea. i don't have to tell you what i'm going to do with iran. you know why? because they shouldn't know. eventually you guys will get tired of asking that question. when you ask me what i'm going to do with the russian ship, i'm not going to tell you. >> neil: what did you think of that? >> as somebody for the last 25 years who has lived in the world of national security and grand strategy, i'm sorry, the president hit the nail on the head. you don't tell your adversaries what you're going to do. we wouldn't have won world war ii if we told them which beach we were coming on. that's the reality. the clinton administration got it wrong during the balkan wars. they said we're never going to use grounds troops. they exploited that. what happens with mosul? we told the jihadists. that's how you lose wars. i met mr. trump before he was president, he demonstrated to me a passionate interest in military history. anybody that reads military history knows strategy is about surprise as much as it is about decisiveness. >> neil: and don't telegraph what you're doin
MSNBC
Feb 16, 2017 1:00pm PST
to look into the leaks. those are criminal leaks. what happens when i am dealing with the problem of north korea? what happens when i'm dealing with the problems in the middle east? are you folks going to be reporting all of that very, very confidential information, very important, very -- you know, i mean at the highest level? will you be reporting about that too? i don't want classified information getting out to the public. and in a way that was almost a test. >> clarify because it's an important point. can you say definitively that nobody on your campaign had any contacts with the russians during the campaign, and on the leaks, is it fake news or are these real leaks? >> well, the leaks are real. you are the one that wrote about them and reported them. the leaks are real. you know what they said. you saw it. and the leaks are absolutely real. the news is fake. because so much of the news is fake. >> again, donald trump today at his news conference there on the subject of leaks. he says that is the much bigger story, or should be the much bigger story than the questions raised about rel
NBC
Feb 16, 2017 4:00pm EST
. mass instability overseas, no matter where you look. the middle east, a disaster. north korea, we'll take care of it, folks. we're going to take care of it all. >> the president called the media quote, out of control. accusing reporters of not telling the truth and only serving special interests. president trump took questions from the media for the first time confirming he fired mike flynn then saying he doesn't think flynn did anything wrong, while speaking to the russians. i'm going through those questions and answers. you feel hear more when i come back in about 15 minutes. back to you guys. >>> all right. 20 minutes of non-stop news continuing with five people injured in an early morning house fire. >> it happened this morning at west philadelphia. rosemary connors is finding out what happened and how the victims are doing. she's joining us live from the scene. what can you tell us? >> reporter: the children's injuries are related to smoke inhalation. the men who went to the hospital, did suffer some burns. you can see what's left of the house and how much damage the flames c
BBCNEWS
Feb 16, 2017 9:00pm GMT
that can get him in trouble. would any policies on north korea and the middle east be published 7 on north korea and the middle east be published? we got trump looking for a be published? we got trump looking fora grand be published? we got trump looking for a grand deal in the middle east beyond palestinians and israelis. he said it could be a two state solution, could be i—macro. the media needs to call him out on his statements. we are doing this entire addition on 0utside source, going through all the areas he covered, plainly the clips, giving you analysis of what he said. we will fa ct analysis of what he said. we will fact checked some specific claims made by donald trump during this extraordinary press conference. including one which said he won the presidential election by a record margin. here in the uk, the business secretary greg clark says he has held constructive talks with general motors. it emerged the owner of perjury, the psa group was involved ina perjury, the psa group was involved in a possible takeover in vauxhall‘s european operation. the general secretary of uni
CNN
Feb 16, 2017 12:00pm PST
, north korea, china, that's obvious but that's not the way the world works. it's fine to engage the diplomacy, all other presidents did it, we try to find those moments when our interests what's best for us in the u.s., when they may intersect with what's best for russia then find ways to cooperate, but i will tell you this, in the real world these points of intersection don't happen often. this is not the first time that ships have been off the coast of the u.s. with intercept capabilities, so people should not think this is the first time, nothing happens in a bubble. what russia is doing, iran, north korea, what china is doing, they're all testing this administration right now because they see the same things we see, what appears to b a chaotic beginning a lack of discipline and messaging and they're probing doing what's in their best interest and so that shouldn't be a surprise to anyone. >> some of the substance, some of these questions. the president of the united states, by the way, a remiebder this press conference was his idea. he talked more than an hour and answered l
FOX News
Feb 16, 2017 12:00pm PST
say 29 people died when 60 tons of snow crushed that building. people in north korea celebrating kim jung il's birthday. they don't know his oldest son has died in a possible assassination plot. most north koreans don't have access to foreign news sources. state media has not mentioned the death of the dictator kim jong-un's half brother. officials say he told medics that somebody sprayed him with a chemical and he died. three people have been arrested. experience the lexus rx with advanced safety standard. experience amazing. this is not a screensaver.game. this is the destruction of a cancer cell by the body's own immune system, thanks to medicine that didn't exist until now. and today can save your life. ♪ ♪ >> shepard: president trump calling a "wall street journal" report disgraceful and not true during his news conference today. current and former officials said that our top spies are holding with some intelligence information from president trump on purpose because they don't trust the commander-in-chief. >> "wall street journal" did a story today that was almost as disgra
MSNBC
Feb 16, 2017 12:00pm PST
to do in north korea. wait a minute. i don't have to tell you what i'm going to do in north korea. and i don't have to tell you what i'm going to do with iran. you know why? because they shouldn't know. eventually you guys are going to get tired of asking that question. when you ask me, what am i going to do with the ship, with the russian ship, as an example, i'm not going to tell you. >> colonel jack jacobs, that ship he's referring to, i believe s a subma reerngs isn't it, off the coast of long island, new york. but he was asked about a series of things. his point s why would i telegraph what i'm going to do. he also talked today about military restructuring and rebuilding the u.s. military. your response just in that vein, just to -- everything you heard him say about the military. >> it's true in the military, the first thing you want to do is tell the enemy what you're going to do because the element of surprise is one of the elements of war. we're not in the middle of a war. we're trying to make russia do things we would like them to do and keep them from doing things we don't wan
FOX News
Feb 16, 2017 11:00am PST
things like that, what happens when i start to negotiate about north korea or other national security issues? he believes this is a serious, serious problem that he has to get to the bottom of. he all believes that as his own people are confirmed that the leaking will begin to dribble off. he again, as he did on the campaign trail, insisted that he has no business dealings with russia. he has no loans from russia, no financial interest in russia, trying to put to rest at least some accusations that russia may pull his strings a little bit because he has got some potential business dealings there. or what do the russians have on the president that would have him be so kind to putin? he also suggested that he's not being kind to putin, that he's being tough on russia. and the reason we see the spy ship off the coast of the united states and see russia planes buzzing our ships near the black sea is because he believes that putin is now thinking that, well, maybe i can't make a deal with this president. he also says he is going to release a new executive order next week. we broke that ear
BBCNEWS
Feb 16, 2017 7:00pm GMT
where you look. the middle east, a disaster. north korea, we'll take care of it, folks. we will take care of it. i turn on the tv and look at the newspapers i see stories of chaos. it's the exact opposite. this administration is running like a fine tuned machine. then he had this to say about the sacking of the national security adviser, michael flynn. there was a certain amount of information, given to vice—president pence, who's with us today, and i was not happy with the way that information was given. he didn't have to do that because what he did wasn't wrong, what he did, in terms of the information, he saw what was wrong was the way that other people, including yourselves in this room, were given that information because that was classified information, it was given illegally. that's the real problem. yesterday he told us that michael flynn was a wonderful man. today it's a different story. he contradicts things he said before. six weeks ago, he accepted the fbi reports that the russians were hacking. "yes, it probably did happen", he said. and yet today, he sends out this tw
BBCNEWS
Feb 16, 2017 6:30pm GMT
of north korea, what happens when i'm dealing with the problems in the middle east, are you folks reporting all of that very very confidential information, very important, at the highest level? i do not want classified information getting out of the public and it was almost a test so i'm dealing with mexico, i am dealing with argentina, we would dealing with mike flynn, this information is in the washington post and the new york times and i am saying what will happen when i'm dealing with the middle east or really really important subjects like north korea? we need to stop it. that is why it is a criminal penalty. inaudible question the leaks are real, the lea ks inaudible question the leaks are real, the leaks are real. you know what they said, the leaks are absolutely real. the news is fake because so much of the news is fake. one thingi because so much of the news is fake. one thing i felt it was important to do andi one thing i felt it was important to do and i hope we can correct it, there is no one i have more respect for but... damn good reporters, it is important to me and especiall
CSPAN
Feb 16, 2017 1:18pm EST
happens when i'm dealing with the problem of north korea? what happens when i'm dealing with the problems in the middle east? are you folks going to be reporting all of that very, very confidential information, very important, very -- at the highest level? are you going to be reporting about that, too? i don't want classified information getting out to the public. in a way that was almost a test. so i'm dealing with mexico, i'm dealing with argentina. we were dealing on this case with mike flynn. all this information gets put into the "washington post" and gets put into the "new york times," and i'm saying, what's going to happen when i'm dealing on the middle east? what's going to happen when i'm dealing with really, really important subjects like north korea? we have to stop it. that's why it's a criminal penalty. yes, john? >> thank you, mr. president. i just want you to clarify a very important point. can you say definitively that nobody on your campaign had any contacts with the russians during the campaign? and on the leaks, is it fake news or is this real news? >> the leaks are rea
CNBC
Feb 16, 2017 1:00pm EST
you look. the middle east, a disaster. north korea, we'll take care of it, folks. we're going to take care of it all. i just want to let you know. i inherited a mess. beginning on day one, our administration went to work to tackle these challenges. on foreign affairs, we've begun e enormously productive talks with foreign leaders that you covered, to move forward to security, stability, and peace in the most troubled regions of the world, which there are many. we've had great conversations with the united kingdom and meetings, israel, mexico, japan, china, and canada. really, really productivity conversations. i would say far more productive than you would understand. we've even developed a new council with canada to promote women's business leaders and entrepreneurs. very important to me. very important to my daughter, ivanka. i have directed our defense community headed by our great general, now secretary mattis, over there now working very hard, to submit a plan for the defeat of isis, a group that celebrates murder and torture of innocent people in large sections of the world. use
CNN
Feb 16, 2017 10:00am PST
no matter where you look. the middle east a disaster. north korea. we'll take care of it, folks. we're going to take care of it all. i just want to let you know. i inherited a mess. beginning on day one, our administration went to work to tackle these challenges. on foreign affairs, we've already begun enormously productive talks with many foreign leaders. much of it you've covered. to move forward toward stability, security and peace in the most troubled regions of the world. which there are many. we have had great conversations with the united kingdom and meetings. israel, mexico, japan, china and canada. really, really productive conversations. i would say far more productive than you would understand. we've even developed a new counsel with canada to promote women's business leaders and entrepreneurs. very important to me. very important to my daughter ivanka. i have directed our defense community headed by our great general, now secretary mattis. he's over there now working very hard. to submit a plan for the defeat of isis. a group that celebrates the murder and torture of innocent peo
FOX News
Feb 16, 2017 10:00am PST
, no matter where you look. the middle east, a disaster. north korea, we will take care of it, folks. we're going to take care of it all. i just want to let you know, i inherited a mess. beginning on day one, administration went to work to tackle these challenges. on foreign affairs, we have already begun enormously productive talks with many foreign leaders, much of that you have covered, to move forward toward stability, security, and peace in the most troubled regions of the world, which were many. we have had great conversations with the united kingdom and meetings, israel, mexico, japan, china, and canada. really, really productive conversations. i would say far more productive than you would understand. we have even developed a new counsel with canada to promote women's business leaders and entrepreneurs, very important and become a very important to my daughter ivanka. i have directed our defense committee headed by our great general now second mattis, he is over there now working very hard, to submit a plan for the p that celebrates the mortar and torture of innocent people d lar
MSNBC
Feb 16, 2017 10:00am PST
instability over seas, no matter where you look. the middle east, a disaster. north korea -- we'll take care of it, folks. we are going to take care of it all. i just wanted to let you know, i inherited a mess. beginning on day one, our administration went to work to tackle these challenges. on foreign affairs, we've already begun enormously productive talks with many foreign leaders, much of it you covered to move forward towards stability, security and peace in the most troubled regions of the word, which there are many. we have had great conversations with the united kingdom, and meetings, israel, mexico, japan, china, and canada. really, really productive conversations. i would say far more productive than you would understand. we've even developed a new council with canada to promote women's business leaders and entrepreneurs. very important to me, very important to my daughter, ivanka. i have directed our defense community, headed by our great general, now secretary mattis. he's over there now working very hard -- to submit a plan for the defeat of isis, a group that celebrates the mur
Bloomberg
Feb 16, 2017 12:00pm EST
, no matter where you look. the middle east, a disaster. north korea. we are going to take care of it all. i just want to let you know. i inherited a mess. our administration on day one went to work to tackle these challenges. on foreign affairs, we have already begun enormously productive talks with many foreign leaders, much of it you have covered, to move forward toward stability, security, and peace in the most troubled regions of the world, which there are many. we have had great conversations with the united kingdom and mexico, japan,l, china, and canada, really, really productive conversations. i would say far more productive than you would understand. we have even developed a new counsel with canada to promote women's business leaders and entrepreneurs, very important to me, very important to my daughter ivanka. i have directed our defense community headed by our great tis,ral, now secretary mat he is over there working hard now, to submit a plan for the defeat of isis, a group that celebrates the murder and torture of innocent people in large sections of the world, used to be a smal
FOX Business
Feb 16, 2017 12:00pm EST
you look. middle east, a disaster. north korea, we'll take care of it, folks, we're going to take care of it all. i want to let you know, i inherited a mess. beginning on day one, our administration went to work to tackle these challenges. on foreign affairs we've already begun enormously productive talks with many foreign leaders, much of it you covered, to move forward towards stability, security and peace, in the most troubled regions of the world, which there are many. we've had great conversations with the united kingdom and meetings. israel, mexico, japan, china and canada. really, really productive conversations. i would say far more productive than you would understand. we've even developed a new council with canada to promote women's business leaders and entrepreneurs. very important to me, very important to my daughter ivanka. i have directed our defense community headed by our great general, now secretary mattis. he's over there now working very hard, to submit a plan for the defeat of isis, a group that celebrates the murder and torture of innocent people in large sections
MSNBC
Feb 16, 2017 9:00am PST
north korea challenged president clinton at the beginning of his tenure. i do think his chief of staff is solid, serious person who knows the ways of washington. he is capable of instilling order if he gets the support he needs. >> matt mclarty good to talk to you. >>> i want to bring in ed markey who serves on the foreign relations committee. good to see you. >> thank you. good morning. >> good afternoon, i guess. i want to start with a statement from senator john mccain. a pervasive concern among the rest of your colleagues as well as i understand with the news of this intelligence agency review that in fact at the they don't know who is in charge. i wonder how you look at the national security apparatus as it stands right now under this white house and whether you think this intelligence review could be a good idea. >> right now let's be honest, the national security apparatus in our country is in chaos. it's in disarray. we don't have the president praising the national intelligence community for finding there could have been a compromise of our election potentially a compromise of
ABC
Feb 16, 2017 12:00pm EST
of north korea's leader. died afteram being poisoned at the kuala lumpur airport. a man into custody after taking two women into custody. north korea has yet to comment on his death. also following is questions being raised throughout the president's campaign communication with russian officials before the election as president trump defends his former national security adviser, blaming the media for trump firing him. latest theater kenneth: white house turmoil. leaking information and once again the intelligence community. pres. trump: we will find the leaker. they will pay a big price for leaking. on one: the president hand blessing the media reports on twitter as "fake news," but on the other, angry about the leak that took down his national security advisor michael flynn, whom he fired for misleading the white house about calls with the russian ambassador. pres. trump: general flynn is a wonderful man. i think he has been treated unfairly by the media. kenneth: "the new york times" says the media is investigating contacts between trump associations and russia during the campaign. the i
CBS
Feb 16, 2017 12:00pm EST
about the murder, north korea. >> power inside north korea. >> reporter: foreign affairs analyst ken gauze wrote a book on kim jong-un. >> kim jong-un may now feel emboldened to take the last steps to consolidation of power. >> reporter: he was one the country's -- once the country's heir apparent. he criticized his younger brother from exile. south korean officials say he survived an assassination attempt in 2012 and wrote a letter to his brother, begging for lean ensy. if north korea did in fact order hill murder it may indicate growing instability. >> so long to finally carry out the execution? that would suggest a triggering factor either inside north korea or outside north korea that has led to this assassination. >> reporter: the two women in custody have not yet been charged but they're being held without bail for seven days. as for the autopsy, the kim's urine, blood and are being tested for toxic suck stances, the -- substances, the results are expected in a week, adriana diaz, cbs news, the beijing. >>> our heart love campaign is helping adults understand the importance of
BBCNEWS
Feb 16, 2017 4:00pm GMT
in pyongyang has been on the 75th celebrations of kim jong—il‘s birth. north korea hasn't said anything about the death of kim jong—nam and it is highly unlikely it ever will. in this secretive regime, unanswered questions are a way of life. there's just one week to go before a crucial by—election in the stoke—on—trent central constituency. the vote, along with another poll in copeland taking place the same day, is being seen as a key electoral test for labour leaderjeremy corbyn, whose party is defending both seats. our political correspondent, tom bateman, is in stoke—on—trent for us. unusual the pressure is on the incumbent when the opposition is in government. absolutely, normally, we would be talking about the party of government that might be under pressure to defend one of its own constituencies in a by—election. here, things are the other way round, you have a traditional labour seat. this part of the world has returned a labour mp since the seat was created back in the 1950s. yet jeremy corbyn's labour party finds itself here under pressure, but at —— potentially on
Bloomberg
Feb 16, 2017 11:00am EST
country and we spoke all day long and well into the night and they launched a missile at north korea and we are discussing that and it was really something. have a good time, over there. >> -- he is another great guy. request, thatas a you have a cancer board that has one nonmedical person. she wanted me to put her name in the hat. why don't you give me that request and we will see it we can do that. >> marsha blackburn from tennessee. i chaired the telecommunications subcommittee of energy and commerce and we are looking forward to broadband expansion. >> you are going to get it. thank you very much, everybody. i will see you at 12:00. you have been watching ofyback of a meeting president trump and some congressional leaders. talking about everything from a plant coming to the united states to the idea that we will have a new nominee for labor secretary, coming in at noon. joining me now from the white house is -- a lot coming in the last few minutes not specifically to do with this listening session. let's take the biggest first, a new labor secretary nominee. >> a surprise announc
CNBC
Feb 16, 2017 11:00am EST
. as you know, they launched a missile, north korea. we were discussing that. so, it was really something. but have a good time over there. >> i will. >> and give him my regards. >> the ambassador was in my district for two full days and he mentioned he was with you down there in florida also. >> he was. >> he is another great guy. and fran drescher from "the nanny," said you were on "the nanny" one time. she has a request that their battle for cancer, that you have a cancer board that has one non medical person, so she wanted me to put her name in the hat for that. >> she's fought hard. she's fought hard. yeah. you know, if you would, why don't you give me that request and let's see if we can do that. >> we will. >> okay? >> i'm marsha blackburn from tennessee. i chair the telecommunications and technology subcommittee at energy and commerce, and we are looking forward to broadband expansion. >> okay. >> rural broadband. >> you're going to get it. thank you very much, everybody. thank you. i'll see you at 12:00, if you want. if you don't want -- if you don't show up, i won't be -- >> goi
FOX News
Feb 16, 2017 8:00am PST
into the night. as you know, they launched a missile into north korea. it was really something. give him my regards. >> he was in my district for two call full days. one last quick thing, fran drescher from the nanny, you are on the nanny one time. she had a request for her battle with cancer that you had a cancer board that has one nonmedical person. she wanted me to put her name in the hat. >> billy, why don't you give me that request and we'll see if we can do that. okay? >> marsha blackburn from tennessee. we are looking forward to broadening expansion. >> you'll be getting it. thank you very much everybody. i will see you at 12:00. if you don't show up, i won't be angry. we are going to find the leakers. they will pay a big price. >> jenna: we are going to find the leakers and they will pay a big price. at that as one of the comments from president trump, as you heard there. it potentially one of the biggest news items of the day. what he will say at noon when will we get this unexpected press conference. at this was just announced in the last hour. the news media will announce to the
MSNBC
Feb 16, 2017 8:00am PST
into the night. as you know, they launched a missile, north korea, and we were discussing that. so it was really something. but have a good time over there. >> i will. >> and give him my regards. >> the ambassador was in my district for two full days and he mentioned he was with you in florida. one last quick thing, fran drescher from "the nanny," she has a request with her battle for cancer that you have a cancer board that has one non-medical person. so she wanted me to put her name in the hat for that. >> she's fought a battle. if you would, billy, give me that request and let see if we can do that. >> i'll get it to your people. >> marcia? >> i'm marcia blackburn from tennessee. we are looking forward to broadband expansion. >> you're going to get it. >> thank you very much, everybody. i'll see you at 12:00. if you don't show up, i won't be offended. >> you're going to get those leakers, mr. president? >> we're going to find the leakers. they're going to pay a big price for leaking. >> they are going to pay a big price for leaking. i want to bring you up to date on a couple of things the pre
NBC
Feb 16, 2017 11:00am EST
investigated. three people are now in custody accused of killing north korean leader kim jong-un's half brother and there's an autopsy taking place to determine how kim jong nam died. the suspicion right now is north korea put a hit on he was targeted with chemicals at the malaysian airport. a woman and man were arrested this morning and another woman arrested yesterday. >>> more charges could be coming for ten people connected to the death of a 15-year-old who showed you the very emotional reunion of a missing teen with her family. >> now we know she may be connected to that singer. the story is full of twists and turns that started when another teen disappeared last december. fairfax county police believe she was held against her will for about a month before being killed. now, there are four adults that are being charged with her abduction. six teenagers have been arrested including venus who returned home yesterday that was that emotional video you saw. initially police said she may be in danger too but now they say she's connected somehow to >> she is in custody. we're looking at the exten
ABC
Feb 16, 2017 7:00am PST
tightening the noose around a cell of alleged assassins they say killed north korea's kim jong-nam. in this grainy video chinese tv claims to show the second suspected female assassin being bundled into a police car in kuala lumpur. kim jong-nam was the portly playboy and half brother of current north korean dictator kim jong-un. the brothers shared a father you see in this awkward family photo from 1981. north korea's former dictator but the brothers were estranged. kim jong-nam had reportedly been living the high life in exile in the gambling mecca of macau. he was awaiting a flight when police say a woman came from behind and covered his face with a cloth laced with a liquid. police say it was poison and they say kim jong-nam complained of burning in his eye, dizziness quickly led to death. the poison killed him before he reached the hospital. immediately investigators began scouring cctv footage for two alleged femme fatales. three arrests have been made. the two alleged female assassins and one of their boyfriends. each carrying a passport with a different nationality. kim
NBC
Feb 16, 2017 7:00am PST
connected that bizarre murder of the half brother of north korea's leader, kim jong un. kier simmons has the latest on this for us. >> good morning. assassination is like something from a spy novel. a third arrest overnight. police say this is a man who they believe to be the boyfriend of one of two women arrested. meanwhile, police confirming to nbc news, they suspect a woman scene at the airport wearing a distinctive shirt. wearing a shirt plentied with l-o-l, an alleged female assassin. the taken from surveillance footage in moments surrounding the murder at a malaysian airport. many believe kim jonk nam was killed in a hit by north korean spies. now two women are under arrest. their connection to the case, still fought clear. a third arrest, a man announced this morning. north korea's leader looking grim faced overnight attending an event marking his late father's birthday. uncorroborated theories swirling that jim jong union ordered the killing of his half brother over a family feud and wild speculation about the two women arrested. >> there are certain things we know so far about t
CBS
Feb 16, 2017 7:00am PST
you won't hear about the murder, north korea. kim jung unis busy marking the 75th birthday of his late father, kim jong-il. analysts say the young dictator may have ordered the hit on his brother. he's already purged dozens of top officials including his uncle, to exert his authority. >> ultimately this is about power inside north korea. >> reporter: foreign affairs analyst ken gauze wrote a book on kim jong-un. >> he may feel emboldened to take the last steps towards consolidation of power which would include getting rid of his brother. >> reporter: he was one the country's heir apparent. from exile he criticized his younger brother. he survived an assassination attempt in 2012 and wrote a letter to his brother begging for len yen see. if north korea did in fact order his murder, it may indicate growing instability. >> why has it taken north korea so long to carry out this execution? that would suggest to me there's been some triggering factor either inside north korea or outside north korea that has led to this assassination. >> reporter: the two women in custody have not been charge
these increasingly longer-range intermediate-rangeh ballistic missiles by north korea.a. why don't we ask them if they want to cut back on the assets north protect them from the north koreans if that child dictator suddenly goes off on some crazy tangent and pushes the button. and so, mr. president, i'll just summarize here and say that congressman mulvaney has repeatedly demonstrated an unwillingness to face domestic and global realities and for the senator, that raises serious concerns as to whether he could be trusted to responsibly oversee our nation's budget process. and for these reasons and others, i will be voting no on congressman mulvaney's nomination. mr. president, i yield the floor. back to you out to gavel in. approval quick-tempered clock this morning. went to approve that mulvaney. second to advance the nomination of the industry or nominee scott pruitt who is the current attorney general of oklahoma. his confirmation vote is expected to take place tomorrow at 1:00 p.m. eastern. life to the senate floor here on c-span2.
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